Site to Store

As I was visiting stores in the Wal-mart project, I began to notice that the retail landscape has increasingly shifted from public, physical spaces to private, digital encounters. Because this “new” or extended vernacular is not constrained by time or geographic location, it has drastically expanded consumerist structures into the private spaces of homes, offices and pockets. I became really fascinated at understanding this expansion, so I decided to explore this expanse in a project.

In January of 2009, I began this project as an investigation of how consumer structures were shifting from physical stores to digital via the Internet. The project name comes from a term trademarked by Wal-Mart; “Site-to- Store” is a service featured on their website that allows consumers to shop online and then pick up what they have ordered at their local store. I set a parameter of examining the top ten websites of 2008 based on web sales as defined by the Top500 E-retailers This project includes: Amazon.com, Staples.com, Dell.com, OfficeDepot.com, Apple.com, OfficeMax.com, Sears.com, SDW.com, Newegg.com, and BestBuy.com.

 

Site to Store

As I was visiting stores in the Wal-mart project, I began to notice that the retail landscape has increasingly shifted from public, physical spaces to private, digital encounters. Because this “new” or extended vernacular is not constrained by time or geographic location, it has drastically expanded consumerist structures into the private spaces of homes, offices and pockets. I became really fascinated at understanding this expansion, so I decided to explore this expanse in a project.

In January of 2009, I began this project as an investigation of how consumer structures were shifting from physical stores to digital via the Internet. The project name comes from a term trademarked by Wal-Mart; “Site-to- Store” is a service featured on their website that allows consumers to shop online and then pick up what they have ordered at their local store. I set a parameter of examining the top ten websites of 2008 based on web sales as defined by the Top500 E-retailers This project includes: Amazon.com, Staples.com, Dell.com, OfficeDepot.com, Apple.com, OfficeMax.com, Sears.com, SDW.com, Newegg.com, and BestBuy.com.

 

Site to Store

As I was visiting stores in the Wal-mart project, I began to notice that the retail landscape has increasingly shifted from public, physical spaces to private, digital encounters. Because this “new” or extended vernacular is not constrained by time or geographic location, it has drastically expanded consumerist structures into the private spaces of homes, offices and pockets. I became really fascinated at understanding this expansion, so I decided to explore this expanse in a project.

In January of 2009, I began this project as an investigation of how consumer structures were shifting from physical stores to digital via the Internet. The project name comes from a term trademarked by Wal-Mart; “Site-to- Store” is a service featured on their website that allows consumers to shop online and then pick up what they have ordered at their local store. I set a parameter of examining the top ten websites of 2008 based on web sales as defined by the Top500 E-retailers This project includes: Amazon.com, Staples.com, Dell.com, OfficeDepot.com, Apple.com, OfficeMax.com, Sears.com, SDW.com, Newegg.com, and BestBuy.com.

 

Site to Store

As I was visiting stores in the Wal-mart project, I began to notice that the retail landscape has increasingly shifted from public, physical spaces to private, digital encounters. Because this “new” or extended vernacular is not constrained by time or geographic location, it has drastically expanded consumerist structures into the private spaces of homes, offices and pockets. I became really fascinated at understanding this expansion, so I decided to explore this expanse in a project.

In January of 2009, I began this project as an investigation of how consumer structures were shifting from physical stores to digital via the Internet. The project name comes from a term trademarked by Wal-Mart; “Site-to- Store” is a service featured on their website that allows consumers to shop online and then pick up what they have ordered at their local store. I set a parameter of examining the top ten websites of 2008 based on web sales as defined by the Top500 E-retailers This project includes: Amazon.com, Staples.com, Dell.com, OfficeDepot.com, Apple.com, OfficeMax.com, Sears.com, SDW.com, Newegg.com, and BestBuy.com.

 

Site to Store

As I was visiting stores in the Wal-mart project, I began to notice that the retail landscape has increasingly shifted from public, physical spaces to private, digital encounters. Because this “new” or extended vernacular is not constrained by time or geographic location, it has drastically expanded consumerist structures into the private spaces of homes, offices and pockets. I became really fascinated at understanding this expansion, so I decided to explore this expanse in a project.

In January of 2009, I began this project as an investigation of how consumer structures were shifting from physical stores to digital via the Internet. The project name comes from a term trademarked by Wal-Mart; “Site-to- Store” is a service featured on their website that allows consumers to shop online and then pick up what they have ordered at their local store. I set a parameter of examining the top ten websites of 2008 based on web sales as defined by the Top500 E-retailers This project includes: Amazon.com, Staples.com, Dell.com, OfficeDepot.com, Apple.com, OfficeMax.com, Sears.com, SDW.com, Newegg.com, and BestBuy.com.

 

Site to Store

As I was visiting stores in the Wal-mart project, I began to notice that the retail landscape has increasingly shifted from public, physical spaces to private, digital encounters. Because this “new” or extended vernacular is not constrained by time or geographic location, it has drastically expanded consumerist structures into the private spaces of homes, offices and pockets. I became really fascinated at understanding this expansion, so I decided to explore this expanse in a project.

In January of 2009, I began this project as an investigation of how consumer structures were shifting from physical stores to digital via the Internet. The project name comes from a term trademarked by Wal-Mart; “Site-to- Store” is a service featured on their website that allows consumers to shop online and then pick up what they have ordered at their local store. I set a parameter of examining the top ten websites of 2008 based on web sales as defined by the Top500 E-retailers This project includes: Amazon.com, Staples.com, Dell.com, OfficeDepot.com, Apple.com, OfficeMax.com, Sears.com, SDW.com, Newegg.com, and BestBuy.com.

 

Site to Store

As I was visiting stores in the Wal-mart project, I began to notice that the retail landscape has increasingly shifted from public, physical spaces to private, digital encounters. Because this “new” or extended vernacular is not constrained by time or geographic location, it has drastically expanded consumerist structures into the private spaces of homes, offices and pockets. I became really fascinated at understanding this expansion, so I decided to explore this expanse in a project.

In January of 2009, I began this project as an investigation of how consumer structures were shifting from physical stores to digital via the Internet. The project name comes from a term trademarked by Wal-Mart; “Site-to- Store” is a service featured on their website that allows consumers to shop online and then pick up what they have ordered at their local store. I set a parameter of examining the top ten websites of 2008 based on web sales as defined by the Top500 E-retailers This project includes: Amazon.com, Staples.com, Dell.com, OfficeDepot.com, Apple.com, OfficeMax.com, Sears.com, SDW.com, Newegg.com, and BestBuy.com.

 

Site to Store

As I was visiting stores in the Wal-mart project, I began to notice that the retail landscape has increasingly shifted from public, physical spaces to private, digital encounters. Because this “new” or extended vernacular is not constrained by time or geographic location, it has drastically expanded consumerist structures into the private spaces of homes, offices and pockets. I became really fascinated at understanding this expansion, so I decided to explore this expanse in a project.

In January of 2009, I began this project as an investigation of how consumer structures were shifting from physical stores to digital via the Internet. The project name comes from a term trademarked by Wal-Mart; “Site-to- Store” is a service featured on their website that allows consumers to shop online and then pick up what they have ordered at their local store. I set a parameter of examining the top ten websites of 2008 based on web sales as defined by the Top500 E-retailers This project includes: Amazon.com, Staples.com, Dell.com, OfficeDepot.com, Apple.com, OfficeMax.com, Sears.com, SDW.com, Newegg.com, and BestBuy.com.

 

Site to Store

As I was visiting stores in the Wal-mart project, I began to notice that the retail landscape has increasingly shifted from public, physical spaces to private, digital encounters. Because this “new” or extended vernacular is not constrained by time or geographic location, it has drastically expanded consumerist structures into the private spaces of homes, offices and pockets. I became really fascinated at understanding this expansion, so I decided to explore this expanse in a project.

In January of 2009, I began this project as an investigation of how consumer structures were shifting from physical stores to digital via the Internet. The project name comes from a term trademarked by Wal-Mart; “Site-to- Store” is a service featured on their website that allows consumers to shop online and then pick up what they have ordered at their local store. I set a parameter of examining the top ten websites of 2008 based on web sales as defined by the Top500 E-retailers This project includes: Amazon.com, Staples.com, Dell.com, OfficeDepot.com, Apple.com, OfficeMax.com, Sears.com, SDW.com, Newegg.com, and BestBuy.com.

 

Site to Store

As I was visiting stores in the Wal-mart project, I began to notice that the retail landscape has increasingly shifted from public, physical spaces to private, digital encounters. Because this “new” or extended vernacular is not constrained by time or geographic location, it has drastically expanded consumerist structures into the private spaces of homes, offices and pockets. I became really fascinated at understanding this expansion, so I decided to explore this expanse in a project.

In January of 2009, I began this project as an investigation of how consumer structures were shifting from physical stores to digital via the Internet. The project name comes from a term trademarked by Wal-Mart; “Site-to- Store” is a service featured on their website that allows consumers to shop online and then pick up what they have ordered at their local store. I set a parameter of examining the top ten websites of 2008 based on web sales as defined by the Top500 E-retailers This project includes: Amazon.com, Staples.com, Dell.com, OfficeDepot.com, Apple.com, OfficeMax.com, Sears.com, SDW.com, Newegg.com, and BestBuy.com.

 

Site to Store

As I was visiting stores in the Wal-mart project, I began to notice that the retail landscape has increasingly shifted from public, physical spaces to private, digital encounters. Because this “new” or extended vernacular is not constrained by time or geographic location, it has drastically expanded consumerist structures into the private spaces of homes, offices and pockets. I became really fascinated at understanding this expansion, so I decided to explore this expanse in a project.

In January of 2009, I began this project as an investigation of how consumer structures were shifting from physical stores to digital via the Internet. The project name comes from a term trademarked by Wal-Mart; “Site-to- Store” is a service featured on their website that allows consumers to shop online and then pick up what they have ordered at their local store. I set a parameter of examining the top ten websites of 2008 based on web sales as defined by the Top500 E-retailers This project includes: Amazon.com, Staples.com, Dell.com, OfficeDepot.com, Apple.com, OfficeMax.com, Sears.com, SDW.com, Newegg.com, and BestBuy.com.

 

Site to Store

As I was visiting stores in the Wal-mart project, I began to notice that the retail landscape has increasingly shifted from public, physical spaces to private, digital encounters. Because this “new” or extended vernacular is not constrained by time or geographic location, it has drastically expanded consumerist structures into the private spaces of homes, offices and pockets. I became really fascinated at understanding this expansion, so I decided to explore this expanse in a project.

In January of 2009, I began this project as an investigation of how consumer structures were shifting from physical stores to digital via the Internet. The project name comes from a term trademarked by Wal-Mart; “Site-to- Store” is a service featured on their website that allows consumers to shop online and then pick up what they have ordered at their local store. I set a parameter of examining the top ten websites of 2008 based on web sales as defined by the Top500 E-retailers This project includes: Amazon.com, Staples.com, Dell.com, OfficeDepot.com, Apple.com, OfficeMax.com, Sears.com, SDW.com, Newegg.com, and BestBuy.com.

 

Site to Store

As I was visiting stores in the Wal-mart project, I began to notice that the retail landscape has increasingly shifted from public, physical spaces to private, digital encounters. Because this “new” or extended vernacular is not constrained by time or geographic location, it has drastically expanded consumerist structures into the private spaces of homes, offices and pockets. I became really fascinated at understanding this expansion, so I decided to explore this expanse in a project.

In January of 2009, I began this project as an investigation of how consumer structures were shifting from physical stores to digital via the Internet. The project name comes from a term trademarked by Wal-Mart; “Site-to- Store” is a service featured on their website that allows consumers to shop online and then pick up what they have ordered at their local store. I set a parameter of examining the top ten websites of 2008 based on web sales as defined by the Top500 E-retailers This project includes: Amazon.com, Staples.com, Dell.com, OfficeDepot.com, Apple.com, OfficeMax.com, Sears.com, SDW.com, Newegg.com, and BestBuy.com.

 

Site to Store

As I was visiting stores in the Wal-mart project, I began to notice that the retail landscape has increasingly shifted from public, physical spaces to private, digital encounters. Because this “new” or extended vernacular is not constrained by time or geographic location, it has drastically expanded consumerist structures into the private spaces of homes, offices and pockets. I became really fascinated at understanding this expansion, so I decided to explore this expanse in a project.

In January of 2009, I began this project as an investigation of how consumer structures were shifting from physical stores to digital via the Internet. The project name comes from a term trademarked by Wal-Mart; “Site-to- Store” is a service featured on their website that allows consumers to shop online and then pick up what they have ordered at their local store. I set a parameter of examining the top ten websites of 2008 based on web sales as defined by the Top500 E-retailers This project includes: Amazon.com, Staples.com, Dell.com, OfficeDepot.com, Apple.com, OfficeMax.com, Sears.com, SDW.com, Newegg.com, and BestBuy.com.